This one-credit advanced legal research seminar will introduce students to specific sources and strategies for researching health and medical legal topics, including the right to health care, pharmaceutical and medical device regulation, Stark and anti-trust laws as applied to the health care industry, medical malpractice and standards of care, and medical ethics and experimentation. This course will cover key primary and secondary sources for health and medical law research, including statutes, regulations, and agency materials. The research skills practiced in this course will also be useful for other topical legal areas. Grading will be based on class participation, short in-class or take-home exercises, and a final take-home exam.
|Course Areas of Practice|
Legal analysis and reasoning, legal research, problem-solving, and written and oral communication in the legal context